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of "the scream." as always, cheating death is brought to you by prescott pharmaceuticals. prescott: see what everyone's suing about! [ laughter ] first up, aging. >> old! >> stephen: thanks. folks, we're all searching for the secret to longevity. me, i'm not worried. because according my medical history, i've been alive every day of my life. [ laughter ] so project that forward, and i will never die. that's math. [ laughter ] and folks, there is new evidence that the stephen colbert lifestyle will ensure years from now you will be sitting pretty, enjoying free food at all your friends' funerals. [ laughter ] jim? >> can losing your cool actually be good for you? a new german study found people who express their anger live two years longer on average than those who bottle up their rage. >> stephen: yes, a german study found that expressing anger leads to a longer life. [ laughter ] although, when germans express their anger, others tend to live shorter lives. [ laughter ] folks, i've long known rage was a life saver. i learned it from my mentor rush limbaugh because every time you look a
of the commission. my name is bruce prescott and i represent the discretionary review requester, lawrence rambling. this case was initially set to be on hearing on the november 15th hearing as a result of a procedural error, apparently, it had to be continued. at that time, the requester himself, there rambling had a commitment today he could not rearrange. i had requested that we had the hearing on a different date and apparently because of the 90-day policy there was no alternative for doing that. i think it's important that mr. rambling is here. he is the requester and i would ask for a continuance for that because he cannot appear. it has come to my attention this afternoon that apparently the neighbors yesterday, while trying to find if there were other neighbors who mountaining be able to attend today learned from one of them that there is apparently an underground stream that runs under this project. leading us to believe there might be some environmental impacts that have not been addressed and i think a continuance would be appropriate so could you investigate that further. although we ha
-1/7 was the final score for that prescott ball game. jackie- that basketball game -- and not take a look at it this he was fined $10,500. and those because of his socks were too low. sa there ritter seven new assistant coach 2tony sarano ...sparano... kevin durant has a four scoring title. the warriors are up by three. 104-99 = final score. the warriors are 11 games over 500 it this is a great, great time to be a bay area sports fan. and really quickly i know that last week i quoted the national enquirer tonight i am quoting a tig website. and tiger woods is possibly dating linsey vonn... we want should do more education. [laughter] >> pam: have a great night
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remember when you first saw one another? >> we were at summer camp in prescott, arizona, and he had on red swim trunks and i thought, i need to meet this guy. >> i had seen her well in advance, well before the red trunks. >> reporter: mark worked his way up to operations director for all east coast s.e.a.l. teams. there were years of coy vert missions. he lost dozens of teammates an came home with multiple injuries trauma that slowly chipped away at the heart of his marriage. >> reporter: what were the symptoms of that mark? >> very short-fused temper very short-fused. i had no tolerance for anything seemingly insubordinate or meaningless. >> it was chaotic and unpredictable. >> reporter: it took years for marshelle and mark to understand he was suffered from post-traumatic stress and brain injuries. both can impact intimacy. >> once you understand what's going on with your spouse and you become a caregiver to different degrees, sex isn't great with someone that you're responsible for. it seems incestuous. >> the reality of it is when you come back, a lot o
] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> it's official, almost, at least. george prescott bush, soften former florida governor jeb bush, has decided to continue the bush political dynasty. while he settled on run, the question is for what. he has his eye on the position of texas land commissioner, but he'll wait until after texas governor rick perry decides his plans, just in case that spot opens up there. now let's head to the political playground for more. it seems that running for office comes with some strings attached, like paying your former staffers. congresswoman and former presidential candidate michele bachmann has refused to pay five of her presidential campaign staffers more than a year after she dropped out of that race. insiders saying she has refused to bay the $5,000 to her former staffers unless they agree to sign a non-disclosure agreement. the wisconsin assembly has some new rules. not only are they installing time clocks to cut down on overnight debates, but members of the public will not be allowed to bring certain things into the gallery anymore. apparently no mor
, then be generous. practice generosity. >> i'm just really happy. >> do you see the little boy in prescott with the red swim trunks? >> that's what gives me hope. >> when i walked out of the office, it felt like victory. >> i don't know what kind of dance that is. >> why is self-control so important in success? >> they're happier in life, do better in school and at work. >> the hope is that you're strong enough to resist temptation and completely overrated. >> i'd like to learn how to drive a stick. how about that? >> in 2013 we'll teach her how to drive a stick. we'll do it together. ♪ start spreading the news i'm leaving today ♪ ♪ i want to be a part of it new york new york (woman) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org to register
" prescott, arizona writes about barry goldwater's photographs, an exhibit that opened this weekend features photographs taken by the conservative senator. most of the photos are portraits of the navajo heem and pictures of the arizona landscape. the "los angeles times" has a story about how the university of arizona is the first in the country to offer a minor degree in hip-hop. the school added that concentration toyotas africana studies program. it's part of a trend to give serious academic study to the subject. that's kind of fun. >>> well, not fun, the new and deadly violence in afghanistan, which has killed at least seven civilians. this in a blast inside a mosque following a night raid by nato and afghan troops. that violence comes amid fresh reaction to an accelerated timeline for u.s. troops to withdraw from the region. earlier on "meet the press" colin powell said the u.s. would need to keep some military personnel on the ground but would not speculate as to the numbers. but senator john mccain was more critical. >> there's always a tendency in washington on these issues to say 2,0
started started taking price could and representative so-and-so will do that. next thing that prescott is this the periods are attempted in a spreadsheet in the next thing i know it's 100 pages on and now fast-forward to 2013, i have a robust database has between 35,045,000 bills. so that's a pretty nice set of data and respect for 12 plus years now. it allows me to make comparisons that things happened this year, how'd it happen been in the past. one thing i'll say about this election legislation leading up to my surprise you is the volume of legislation was lower than it normally is. the second lowest total number of bills passed in a biennium since i started tracking legislation on this topic in the total number of bills passed in 2012, which is in a lot of ways at that time to pass election or farm legislation is the lowest ever. so in spite of increasing attention we have seen on elections since 2000 from the past crease and litigation has doubled since bush v. gore. in spite of all that and media attention and voter suppression versus election integrity debate we read so much abo
. it is essential. host: adam, prescott valley, arizona. democrats line. hi, adam. caller: good morning. i have a question about our finances. i was wondering if there would be bipartisan support for a measure that would raise the federal adam wage because it seems -- minimum wage because it seems like the publicans do not want to tax the rich, they want to cut spending, and would it not be a tax on the rich basically if we were to raise the federal minimum wage? host: minimum wage? guest: i think raising the minimum wage should be considered. one of the challenges we face as a country are the employment numbers, but behind those numbers, the quality of jobs, and whether people have a decent standard of living, and i think looking to raise the minimum wage is something we should be doing. i think one of the most important things we can do is make sure people have jobs that have a decent standard of living, and minimum wage is a component of that because it puts a floor on what people will earn. host: should the minimum wage be decided at the federal level, the state level -- who should take the
below freezing. and every phoenix tonight to 26. prescott 5, minus 7 in flagstaff. coldest air certainly we've seen in the last couple of years and with us for the next three more days and nights. so be prepared. today, the rain is what we're dealing with and snow across the central part of the country, this is the dividing line here, rain move up even some severe weather across parts of arkansas, snow eventually towards missouri as well as in towards parts of wisconsin and northern michigan. but it's going to be rain for the most part anywhere to the east of that and everywhere to the east of that, a lot of fog and be careful, reports on twitter and facebook of all the fog across the east so give yourself plenty of time on the roads. >> alisyn: thanks, rick. >> rick: you bet. >> alisyn: the president says any control on guns are worth it even if it saves even one life. jonah goldberg has a thought on that. >> tucker: and cursive writing is nearly gone in our schools, should we get rid of it or do we need a cursive comeback? we report, you decide. ♪ ♪ aww man. [ male announcer ] retu
adam in prescott valerie, arizona, on our democrats line. hay, adam. >> caller: hi, good morning. >> host: good morning. >> caller: i have a question about our finances. i was wondering if there would be bipartisan support for a measure that would raise the federal, the federal minimum wage, because it seems like the republicans don't want to tax the rich. they want to cut spending. i'm saying that wouldn't it be a tax on the rich basically if we were to raise the federal minimum wage -- >> host: okay, minimum wage. >> guest: i think raising the minimum wage is something that should be considered. one of the channelings we face as a country -- challenges we face as a country are the employment numbers, but also the quality of the jobs and whether people can have a decent standard of living off their pay. it gets to the issue of minimum wage. and i think looking at raising the minimum wage is something we should be doing. i think it's an important thing because one of the things we need to do as a country is make sure that people have jobs that have decent standards of living, and
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